Bajaj SX Enduro
Bajaj used to sell a two stroke bike called the Kawasaki RTZ100. The SX Enduro was essentially an on-road bike based on the RTZ100. However, the Enduro just featured off road styling and didn’t really benefit from better suspension or a more power state of tune for the 100cc engine.
Royal Enfield Fury
Royal Enfield’s short lived tie up with German bike maker Zundapp saw the Indian brand building the Fury, a 163 cc two stroke engined bike that was meant to compete with the Yamaha RX100. The Fury used a hydraulic disc brake, a 5 speed manual gearbox, and a hard chromed cylinder barrel.
Kinetic GF170 Laser
The GF170 Laser was the most powerful bike that Kinetic ever built for the Indian market. The bike was powered by a 165 cc four stroke petrol engine with 14.8 Bhp-14.2 Nm. A five speed manual gearbox was standard on the bike, and so were 4 valves/cylinder.
Like the GF 170 was to Kinetic, the Graptor was to LML. A flagship bike from LML, the Graptor was a Bajaj Pulsar competitor that never really took off. Odd ball looks let the bike down. On the equipment front, the Graptor featured a 150cc four stroke engine with 13.4 Bhp-12.8 Nm, a 5 speed manual gearbox and a front disc brake.
Bajaj Boxer 150
Bajaj built the Boxer 150 to sell it mainly in the African markets. To see if India’s rural and semi-urban market will warm up to it, the Boxer 150 was launched here, but it never really took off. The bike still represented the best that the Boxer brand offered.